Music & Performing Arts

Exciting circus entertainment and workshops for schools!

Children playing at the circus workshop

Bezerkaz Circus/ Sensoryscape is an exciting and renowned circus entertainment and workshop provider with almost 20 years’ valuable experience in the field of SEND. 
Offering both exciting performances with a range of amazing skills and comedy, added to amazing sensory performances with giant bubbles, music and LED glow performances- many of our regular clients are Special schools and respite centres. 
Our circus workshops are perfectly accessible to all and experience and careful planning has led us to adapt many circus skills to be better suited and achievable to suit all levels of ability.  
We are 100% committed to inclusion and love focusing on an individual’s taste and preference of skill- so as to help them participate and enjoy trying a skill. 

Special needs under the spotlight at groundbreaking school performance

Special needs students during groundbreaking school performance

Students from Cleaswell Hill School in Guide Post, Choppington, have taken to the stage to perform their own, very special version of the popular musical, The Greatest Showman, with a very poignant societal message. 

Mirroring the events of the 2017 hit film starring Hugh Jackman which portrayed the life of the ‘Circus King’, P.T Barnum, the school production featured all of the costumes, dancers, lights and sounds of the greatest show on Earth, but held a few twists in store for its sold-out audiences of family, friends and the local community.

Nominations open for young musicians from across the UK to join the National Orchestra for All

Nominations open for young musicians from across the UK to join the National Orchestra for All

The UK’s only national youth orchestra for young musicians of all skill levels from disadvantaged backgrounds has announced that it is now accepting nominations for aspiring young players to take part in its 2019-2020 season. The nine-month season includes residential course in Leeds, London and Birmingham and high-profile performances at cultural venues around the country.

Fulham FC footballers wowed by Christmas single created by students with disabilities

Fulham FC footballers at the song launch

Players of Fulham FC were delighted to be among the first to hear ‘Are You Ready for Christmas?’, a Christmas single created by a group of young people attending The Children’s Trust School for children with complex education, health, therapy and care needs. 

Calum Chambers, Floyd Ayite, Cyrus Christie, Joe Bryan, Jean Michael Seri and Aboubakar Kamara joined the young people for a festive music session, and an exclusive preview of the music video that they have created. 

Playstage Junior & Playstage YA

Playstage Junior & Playstage YA


We have been selling quality school plays to English speaking schools around the world for 15 years. Since Playstage Junior started in 2002, our plays have been performed by English-speaking primary schools and youth groups in 43 countries! And we are always reaching new markets

Many of our customers come back time and time again because they know that our plays are fun and audiences adore them. Teachers love the plays because they are so easy to purchase and download and we give teachers and youth leaders full production notes that offer invaluable help with props, sound effects, scenery and costumes.

Help a child to feel safe for the first time by using Christingle

Christingle poster from the 60s

With two months to go until Christmas, The Children’s Society has launched its #Christingle50 campaign – supporting vulnerable young people through raising funds at Christingle events and a collaboration with The Royal Academy of Music.

The charity report that 200,000* 10 to 17 year olds in the UK are experiencing emotional neglect on a regular basis.

Children from across the world gather in London to celebrate success in International poetry, art and song competition

Children from across the world gather in London to celebrate success in International poetry, art and song competition

Never Such Innocence (NSI) has successfully engaged almost 7,000 children from over 350 schools in 43 countries in commemorating the First World War through poetry, art and song. Today, the commemorative charity will celebrate its fourth and final centenary competition, in which children from across the world have submitted poems, artwork or songs inspired by the events of the Great War.

NSI launched the centenary competition last autumn and the winners have now been selected from every corner of the United Kingdom, as well as Greece, Malaysia, New Zealand, France, Canada, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Rwanda and the USA, to name but a few. 

Autism with Attitude street dance group make history as first SEN students to qualify for dance world championships!

Jonathan Baron

Street dance group ‘Autism with Attitude’ have made history as the first special needs dance team to qualify for the United Dance Organisations (UDO) World Championships in Glasgow.


Members of the group have developed their skills since attending Hillingdon Manor School, in Uxbridge. Teacher Jonathan Baron said: “The SEN dance world is currently very small and in fact they were the first dance team with special needs to take part in the event.”


Hillingdon Manor is an Outcomes First Group centre of excellence in education and development, for children aged five to 19 years with an autistic spectrum condition (ASC).

Pupils’ artwork to grace walls of prestigious gallery

One of the winning entries from The-Grange School's art competition for World Autism Awareness Week

Manchester Art Gallery to host World Autism Awareness Week exhibition

A school which serves Manchester’s autistic community and their families has joined forces with Manchester Art Gallery to launch an art competition culminating in an exclusive exhibition to mark World Autism Awareness Week (27 March – 2 April). 

The competition was organised by Gorton-based Grange School, and received more than 100 entries from pupils, parents and school staff across Manchester living with autism. Judges are selecting 12 winners who will have their work exhibited in the prestigious gallery.